Micro-XRF is in many ways ideal for forensic analysis; find out more in Bruker’s webinar about analysing gunshot residue and small particles.
Join Bruker for a webinar about different approaches to bulk quantification with micro-XRF, for those working in failure analysis, quality control, materials, metals and R&D.
Join us on our Micro-XRF Workshop Tour at regional venues around the UK in May/June 2017. Talks about elemental analysis and live demonstrations testing your samples!
Watch the talks from our Art Conservation with Micro-XRF Workshop at the National Gallery.
How to measure the thickness of coatings and layers with micro-XRF, a fast, accurate and non-destructive technique.
Micro-XRF has many applications in geology for elemental and mineral analysis, and is faster and more cost-effective than alternative methods.
Join us for an art conservation workshop at the National Gallery in London on Wednesday 29th March 2017.
Bruker Webinar: Automated Mineral Analysis with Micro-XRF Join Bruker for a webinar about automated mineral analysis using micro-XRF on Thursday 15th December 2016. The webinar will be presented twice at different… read more →
Visit us at MMC 2017 Microscience Microscopy Congress on 3-6 July 2017 at Manchester Central.
Historic England used micro-XRF to image glass from medieval painted windows, to reveal decoration that was otherwise hidden.